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3/16" Tree-Grip Dead-end for EHS Cable - 3990 lbs Breaking StrengthImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

3/16" Tree-Grip Dead-end for EHS Cable - 3990 lbs Breaking Strength

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  • 3/16" Tree-Grip Dead-end for EHS Cable - 3990 lbs Breaking Strength

    • Most common type of preformed grip used by arborists for tree cabling (see our EHS 1x7 Guy Strand Cable)
    • Designed to eliminate the costly labor and time-consuming hassle of cable splicing
    • Installs quickly and easily (about 60 seconds per grip)
    • Designed to accept and retain a steel thimble, popular with arborists
    • Achieves 100% of the published rated breaking strength of EHS strand
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